Top performing Accounting and Finance students at Stirling Management School were recognised recently at the division’s annual prize giving lunch.
Prizes for undergraduate students are provided by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and by international accounting firm, KPMG. The prizes are awarded to students based on the best performance in Auditing and External Reporting modules.
13 Nov 2017
A team of Stirling Management School students have demonstrated their trading prowess by finishing in 27th place from the 595 teams that competed in the 2017 CME Group Trading Challenge. Organized by the world's leading market place for financial derivatives, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), this year saw 2,383 students from 242 universities, spread across 35 countries, participate in the online competition. The Stirling students are studying for the MSc in Investment Analysis, a Program Partner of CFA Institute, the leading global body of investment professionals. 6 Apr 2017
A team of five students from the Stirling Management School’s MSc in Investment Analysis, a Program Partner of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute, were runners up in the UK Final of the CFA Institute Research Challenge. Four teams progressed from the initial round to the UK Final which was won by Cranfield University with King’s College London (third) and Exeter (fourth). Thirteen other teams competed in the initial round of the competition including Cambridge, CASS, Edinburgh, Imperial College, Lancaster, LBS, Oxford and Warwick. 27 Mar 2017
A team of five students from Stirling Management School’s MSc in Investment Analysis, a Program Partner of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute, have become the ninth Stirling University team in ten years to win a place in the UK Final of the prestigious CFA Institute Research Challenge 14 Mar 2017
CRISP is delighted to announce that it has joined forces with Routledge to provide a new book series titled 'Studies in Surveillance'. This is the world's first book series dedicated to to the topic of surveillance. Further information about the series, including author guidelines can be found here. 21 Apr 2017
Stirling Management School MSc Investment Analysis student Bernard Tawiah gave the opening address and first speech at the third annual “What I Wish I Knew” (WIWIK) conference on 24 March, 2017 at his alma mater, the University of Cape Coast (UCC) Ghana. The conference is the brainchild of Bernard, who established it in the final year of his Bachelor degree studies at UCC, in spring 2015. Little did he know that it was to become an annual event that would attract 1,000 attendees and volunteers in 2017. 8 May 2017
Congratulations to Dr Tanya Wilson, of Stirling Management School, who, together with her co-authors Dan Anderberg, Helmut Rainer, Jonathan Wadsworth, has been awarded the 2017 Royal Economic Society Prize for their paper 'Unemployment and Domestic Violence: Theory and Evidence'. 25 Apr 2017
Professor David Bell, together with the ESRC Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) team were runners-up/finalist in the ESRC Impact Prize for Public Policy at an awards ceremony in London on 21 June 2017. 27 Jun 2017